The North Coast of Taiwan
The North Coast of Taiwan is a unique place renowned for its very exceptional geographical features: rocks carved by wave-cutting and weathering over years were formed into various interesting shapes resembling real life figures, including the Queen’s Head, the most iconic of all the rocks. CNN filmed the scenic area and named it one of the world’s best attractions. Thousands of visitors flock to catch a glimpse of this otherworldly landscape. Its bizarre and amazing rock formations has also made it one of the hot spots for wedding photo shoots.
In addition to Queen's Head, there is one secret scenic spot which is an absolute do-not-miss sight of the North Coast- Twin Candlestick Islets. Twin Candlestick Islets were originally a single, isolated rock arch, but the top later collapsed and left the present form of two upright pillars, initially called “Husband and Wife Rocks” by the local people. It tells a touching and beautiful love story about a couple, who were always there for each other, never separated. Now it is a popular photo shooting spot.
To promote the splendid attractions and natural scenery of the North Coast and encourage newlyweds and wedding photographers to visit this place, North Coast & Guanyinshan National Scenic Area Administration has held the North Coast Wedding Photography event annually for several years. This year, North Coast & Guanyinshan National Scenic Area Administration integrates the surrounding tourism sources of the North Coast, such as local artists, five-star hotels, romantic scenes and specialty stores for the first time to create unforgettable and precious memories of North Coast Forever in Love that impresses couples and newlyweds.
It is worth mentioning that North Coast & Guanyinshan National Scenic Area Administration has invited a world-class artist Ge-Ming Zhang, whose tea-pottery artwork is highly praised by Japanese visitors, to create a pair of exclusive pottery cups of the North Coast. The pair of cups give the Master’s blessings to newlyweds’ happiness.